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Pa.’s Fitzpatrick Leads U.S. House in Bipartisanship, New Rankings Show

WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-1st District, lives and breathes bipartisanship, down to the color of his clothes.

Earlier this month, the two-term lawmaker from suburban Philadelphia donned a purple tie and joined a group of Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. House to listen as President Donald Trump delivered the annual State of the Union address.

Fitzpatrick Calls for Rockhill Quarry Closure Ahead of Friday News Conference

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick on Thursday echoed a state lawmaker’s earlier calls to close the Rockhill Quarry over asbestos concerns.

Fitzpatrick, R-1, of Middletown, demanded federal and state agencies take corrective action against the quarry, reiterating the call for the closure first made by state Sen. Steve Santarsiero, D-10, late last week.

Op-Ed: It’s Time For Bipartisan Support in Combating Climate Change and Rebuilding Infrastructure

As a Republican from Pennsylvania and a Democrat from Delaware, we have more in common than you might expect. Aside from a shared devotion to the Philadelphia Eagles, we both believe that Congress can and must do more to combat climate change and rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.

Fitzpatrick, Carbajal, Rooney, Peters Introduce MARKET CHOICE Act

Washington, D.C.– Representative Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-01) was joined by Representatives Salud Carbajal (CA-24), Francis Rooney (FL-19), and Scott Peters (CA-52) to introduce the MARKET CHOICE Act. This legislation seeks to combat climate change through the elimination of the gas tax, and the implementation of a fee on carbon emissions, the revenue from which would provide funding for infrastructure development and enhancement.

House GOP group calls for action on climate change

A group of 17 House Republicans on Wednesday introduced a resolution calling for action on climate change, breaking with most of the party's leadership.

The resolution acknowledges humans' impact on the climate and commits to studying and addressing “the causes and effects of measured changes to our global and regional climates, including mitigation efforts and efforts to balance human activities that have been found to have an impact.”